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Aid Sector and INTERPOL draw up joint plan to deal with sexual exploitation

Organisations in the humanitarian and development aid sector have reached a partnership with INTERPOL in an attempt to deal with perpetrators of sexual exploitation, harassment and abuse who work for them. “Project Soteria” aims to bring …

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Holland Park School investigation

B3sixty has recently completed an investigation at an Academy Trust in London that has received widespread media coverage. The investigation process was typical of the type of detailed analysis that we apply to all our …

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Union says sexual violence “endemic” at UK universities and colleges

A report by the University and College Union (UCU) has said that sexual violence is “endemic” in university and college workplaces. In a survey of 4000 staff, one in ten university and college staff reported directly …

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Still a long wait for a Tribunal hearing, admits MoJ

The average waiting time for a first hearing at an employment tribunal is around a  year. This was admitted by the Ministry of Justice in answer to a written question in Parliament. In detail the …

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Call to end Non-Disclosure Agreements in Universities

Government, universities and whistle blowing campaigners have jointly called for victims of sexual harassment in universities not to be silenced by Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), Encouraged by the Higher Education Minister Michelle Donelan, by the end …

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Action Aid UK found badly wanting in treatment of black and ethnic minority staff

A review at Action Aid UK has reported that some black and ethnic minority staff have suffered racism and feel “less valued [and] less supported” than their white colleagues. A staff survey and an independent audit found …

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